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The Northeast Regional Center for Vision Education at UMass Boston is New England's only academic center for preparing Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments and Orientation and Mobility Specialists, two key specialties that help people with visual impairments achieve their goals of high-quality education, employment, and independent travel.

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Press Release: UMass Boston M.Ed. in Special Education, Teacher of Visual Impairments Track Accredited by the Massachusetts Dept. of Education

Region's only training program for educating teachers in the field of Visual Impairments works to address the critical national shortage of Teachers of the Visually Impaired

A UMB masters degree program trains much-needed teachers for visually impaired students.

Press Release: Dr. Laura Bozeman Named Director of the Regional Teacher Education Programs in Visual Impairments at UMass Boston (5/06)

National Leader Will Spearhead Unique Regional Master's Degree Programs

Dr. Laura Bozeman has accepted the position of Program Director of the Regional Teacher Education Programs in Visual Impairments at UMass Boston.

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities